Howard Johnson Hotel Condesa
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... So effectively you could be taking a leak and ordering another beer at the same time… and it was done - but not by me!! After this pleasant smelling bar we kicked onto a rock bar complete with live band playing covers in English, Amanda was getting her wiggle on! After 3.5LT of beers, we made our way to a cute little wine bar called Golem and we collectively ordered and demolished a fish bowl something or other (can remember what it was called ...
... meal--spaghetti, ham with pineapple (like a Hawaiian pizza, so I'm calling it American), a salad and bread. Well, the orchata and agua de jamaica that I've mentioned before (the drink that's like cranberry juice) kinda threw off the American-ness, as did the dessert, flan. Anyway, I only stayed down there for a little over an hour to eat and chat a bit. It was pretty cool because they hired two guys to come play for about a ½ hour. If ...
... at the university and I was invited to come along. I was super excited because I love to salsa dance. We headed down there a little before 5 o'clock, and I met Noemy from Canada and Adam from Washington. (It's a small class, though apparently there's usually more people.) The class started off slow, and I was highly disappointed. Since there was only one guy, besides the teacher, Sasha and I were dancing together. The teacher gave us a few tips, ...
This city is the most amazing city I
have seen. Built on the side of hills, well, actually under the hill
too. There's miles of tunnels under the city. Most major roads go
underground, and vary in length but the longer ones are ½
kilometer. It is easy to get lost, even with a great navigator, map,
and sense of direction. The tunnels wind around and join one and
other. Its just a real maze. ...
... so that people in wheel chairs could enter and leave. I thought that was really good because most places in Latin America aren’t very disabled-person friendly. Our rooms were nice as well. I roomed with Jessica, Traci’s roommate since neither of our roommates came on the trip (they did the trip during Summer 1). I laid out all my wet clothes when we got to the hotel and decided to take a little nap. I lay down on the bed and rested for a few minutes until ...